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War in Ukraine: “We will not be able to achieve a total victory”, the possibility of a failure of the Russian army in Ukraine evoked for the first time on state television

War in Ukraine: “We will not be able to achieve a total victory”, the possibility of a failure of the Russian army in Ukraine evoked for the first time on state television

Is state television beginning to doubt the Russian army’s ability to take over Ukraine? In the program Myesta Vstrechi (Meeting Place in French) broadcast on NTV Russia, one of the main state channels, a host said that aid sent to kyiv by Western countries would prevent Moscow from winning a “total victory” in Ukraine.

“As long as there are outside powers willing to send people in, arm them, fill their heads with radical information, it seems to me that unfortunately, we will not be able to achieve total victorysaid Ivan Trushkin, the show’s co-host.

Billions of dollars in military aid provided to Ukraine

The excerpt was shared on the Twitter account of the Daily Beast journalist and observer of the Russian state television Julie Davis.

Since the start of the war, Western countries have continuously provided financial and military support to Ukraine. Washington has committed more than $9 billion in military aid to the country, notably by providing high-mobility artillery rocket systems, the famous Himarswhich inflict heavy damage on Putin’s army.

Putin’s propagandists on state television casually discuss terrorist acts against Americans and the assassination of the liberal opposition, all of whom they suspect of working with Western intelligence agencies. They openly advocate the murder of Ilya Ponomarev, who lives in Kyiv.https://t.co/S4ZfP4gZxR pic.twitter.com/2mTr8B1weF

— Julia Davis (@JuliaDavisNews) September 1, 2022



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